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Thread: Looking for a Hatch Hinge

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    Senior Member Stmbtwle's Avatar
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    Lifting out a loose hatch lid is a pain, even more so is putting it back. But the price of those fancy hinges would take me over 100 mi...
    She's a tired old barge but she's paid for... http://s71.beta.photobucket.com/user...24993.pbw.html

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    Super Moderator OLD HOUSEBOATER's Avatar
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    Check out autmotive trunk hinges.
    The fries are cold so we gave you extra.

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    shut it down, stumble won he had the link to the hinge i needed, its ordered, & thanks for input from all, In 7 words or less.

    horrible when shipping is more than product,

    for some: if you jump over the gate, you wont ware out the hinge, my brother always reminded me of that saying when I cried about cost, as he would dig me.

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    Junior Member SinOrSwim's Avatar
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    That makes sense. We all have aspects that don't bother others but bug the heck out of us. Mine is carpeted and is very simple so it doesn't cause me any pain or trouble. To each their own I say and I'm glad you found the hinge you want. I agree with you on the cost issue. If it's really what you want, then it doesn't matter.

    Would love to see pictures of the renovations when you are done.

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